List Of 15 Most Expensive Things In The World

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Some people have way too much money to spend. There are a lot of expensive things to buy in the world, but these 14 are some of the most expensive and ridiculously items. You will not believe how much money people spent on expensive items like this.

  1. A MUMBAI BUILDING – $1,000,000,000

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Antilla, a private home in South Mumbai, is the second most expensive residence in the world – beaten only by Buckingham Palace. It has 27 floors and is made to withstand an 8 scale earthquake.

  1. A VILLA IN THE FRENCH RIVIERA – $506,000,000

Villa la Leopolda takes up 18 acres in the French Riviera. It once belonged to King Leopold II of Belgium, so it is literally fit for royalty. Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov paid over $500 million for the property.

  1. A SERIES OF OIL PAINTINGS – $275,000,000

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The Card Players, a series of five oil paintings by French artist Paul Cézanne, is the most expensive work of art ever sold. It went to the Royal Family of Qatar for $275 million.

  1. A DOMAIN NAME – $90,000,000

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A good website domain name is key for businesses.  According to SEC documents, the owners of the domain purchased the domain for what could be up to a $90 Million Dollars.

  1. A PINK DIAMOND – $83,200,000

The Pink Star is like the real life pink panther diamond. The 59.6 karat diamond was sold for about $83.2 million in Geneva. It was a world record for any gem sold at auction. It was mined by De Beers in 1999 in South Africa and weighed 132.5 karats in the rough.

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  1. 1963 FERRARI GTO – $52,000,000

The red competition car became the most expensive car when it sold at an auction to a private buyer in the United Kingdom for $52 million.

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  1. 201 CARAT WATCH – $25,000,000

The Chopard 201 Carat Watch redefines luxury. It is made of white and yellow gold and contains 874 different high-grade diamonds of varying colors and sizes.

  1. A PRESERVED DEAD SHARK – $12,000,000

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An art piece entitled The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living is a dead tiger shark preserved in formaldehyde in a vitrine. Created in 1991 by English artist Damien Hirst, it is one of the most expensive works of art in the country.


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At the time of its release, the Veyron was the fastest convertible in the world. It is a very rare car. Only 150 were built. A Saudi billionaire decided that his white Veyron still was not special enough and sent it to Dubai to get plated with gold.

  1. A PHOTO – $4,300,000

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German visual artist Andreas Gursky created the photograph Rhein II in 1999. It was part of a six piece set focused on the Rhine River. In 2011, it set an auction record when it sold for $4.3 million.


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This one-of-a-kind piano made of a crystal that was used during the Beijing Olympics. It was auctioned off and bought by an unknown bidder for 22 million yuan, or $3.2 million, making it the most expensive piano in the world.

  1. A HOVERING BED – $1,600,000

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The world’s most expensive luxury bed is a magnetic hoverboard that is tethered to the ground so it will not fly away. It can hold over 1,5000 pounds. Whoever spends more than a million dollars on a floating bed should not toss and turn in their sleep. It must really hurt to fall off.


New York City is the most expensive place to park in the United States. Average monthly rates in midtown and downtown Manhattan are between $541 and $533. It is difficult to find a spot in such a crowded city, and real estate developers are taking advantage of people’s desperation.

  1. A HUIA BIRD FEATHER – $6,000

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Huia birds used to be native to New Zealand, but they are now extinct due to overhunting. The birds were hunted for their long tail feathers. They were a fashionable addition to hats for high-class people and for the headdresses of Maori chiefs. Now that the bird is extinct, their feathers are even more valuable.

  1. THE FLEUR BURGER $5,000

This burger is served with foie gras, wagyu beef and shaved black truffles. It is served with a bottle of Petrus, a 1995 vintage and a pair of Ichendorf Brunello glasses. If you feel like spending money on an expensive burger, you can order one at Fleur Restaurant in Las Vegas.